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I've just downloaded and (i think) installed WINE with YaST. I selected 'open with YaST' or the similar option from the .rpm file, and clicked the 'Install Package with YaST' ...
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    Where does YaST put WINE?


    I've just downloaded and (i think) installed WINE with YaST.
    I selected 'open with YaST' or the similar option from the .rpm file, and clicked the 'Install Package with YaST' button.
    It's done it's stuff, and now come up with a list of files, but when i check what's at the paths (/usr/bin/) there's nothing in it.

    Did i miss something? I can't see any other options on the YaST window aside from the install button, which doesn't seem to have changed functions.

    I'm signed in as a normal user, when i tried to install as root, it told me not to.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Can you not run wine in a console?
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    Why the hell didn't i think of that?

    Cheers!

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    Just so you know YaST puts it in /usr/bin

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